Do I need to create my own, private EC2 instance to support building a .NET 4.5 application with Bamboo? I see that the related
BAM-12013 BAM-12103 https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-12103 is a 3-year old Improvement request that has not been updated in a while, but can't find anything else to definitively answer this question. If I can get around creating my own EC2 instance and use what Bamboo provides automatically, I would prefer to do that.
So, is there a Bamboo-provided solution?
At present Bamboo Cloud requires that you configure your own AWS account. Bamboo Cloud works on a model of spinning up EC2 instances on demand and shutting them down when they are not needed.
Also, the issue you mentioned doesn't appear to exit?
Here is the issue: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-12103 I had the number wrong.
I have an AWS account. I have hooked Bamboo Cloud up to it. But the EC2 instance that it spins up does not have .NET 4.5, so I am thinking that I need to create my own custom elastic image (https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO041/Creating+a+custom+elastic+image+-+Windows). Which is daunting...But I'm working on it.
My question is, do I really need to create a custom elastic image, or is there some way to build a .NET 4.5 application using pre-defined elastic images?
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